By Tiffany Amber Stockton
In January, we took a stroll down the language lane of history with some common catch phrases used today and how they got started. You can read last month's post if you missed it.
Today, we're exploring the world of the always delightful ride called the Carousel. Anita Mae Draper did two posts for this blog several years ago on merry-go-rounds and derby race rides, and the post today fills in more historical gaps.
* What is your favorite carousel and where is it located? It could be one you've ridden in another state that left a lasting impression.
* If you had to be hit with a perfumed clay ball, what would your preferred scent be?
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